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The Barger Quarry is well known for the trisooctahedral pyrites that often have a degree of iridescence to them. This specimen features a 4cm crystal that is about 330 degrees complete. The only contact is the side where it is labeled. This piece has a large central crystal with a second being the point of contact.. Ex Jack Cranford, who collected it in the 1970’s. Acquired by George Loud in 1999.

Locality: Barger Quarry, Lexington, Rock Bridge County, Virginia

Composition: iron sulfide

Dimensions: 7.2 × 5 × 4 cm
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Dimensions: 7.2 × 5 × 4 cm